Little Black Book Event Planner, Table 6 Productions, sent us today’s wonderfully whimsical and warm wedding! Tracy & Paul were married in the Loo Family Wing of the Colorado Fine Arts Center. Between Tracy’s creativity, Table 6′s expertise and Otto Schulze’s fantastic photography, we think you’re going to go ga- ga over the details!

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Since the ceremony took place in the “Loo Family Wing” AKA the Art Gallery of the Colorado Fine Arts Center, we were unable to bring in any flowers or décor because of the surrounding artwork of this room. Therefore, we decided that Tracy would walk down the aisle with a button bouquet, purchased from Etsy’s RBK Creations.

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Their son, Myles, escorted his mom down the aisle {… so sweet} …

Tracy LOVES to surprise people and so when a friend of their’s wound up marrying them … everyone was …. well … surprised!

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Paul is from South Africa and Tracy from Colorado Springs. They are avid bikers, so it was especially important to them to include lots of bicycle and “South African” details (think Protea flowers on the “cake centerpieces”) throughout the wedding!

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To incorporate the button theme throughout the wedding, we put buttons on top of the programs and made button table numbers as well. Their officiant {and close friend}, even made a “wheel of objection” that he spun prior to them saying their vows! Luckily, it did not land on “objection”!  They read their own version of Dr. Seuss vows and even had their son read from “The Owl and The Pussy Cat”.

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Reception floral design was by Little Black Book member Delilah’s Flowers of Denver.

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Wedding Cake by Elegant Bakery, Catering by Garden of the Gods Gourmet.

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LOVE the images from Otto Schulze Photographers!

Thank you, thank you, thank you to Ashley & Heather at Table 6 Productions for sharing Tracy & Paul’s SO cute wedding!

Update ... a few more production details  from Ashley @ Table 6 Productions

Following the Ceremony guests were lead down the hall for cocktail hour which began with a surprise Flamenco performance. Their Reception tables were two long banquet tables, each seating 30 people. Their escort cards hung from a bicycle wheel and the reception tables had “cake centerpieces” , which was a request from the Bride who didn’t even want to see the cakes until the day of! I had to design 6 cake centerpieces and their wedding cake, so that this would be…what else but a surprise on their wedding day! Their table numbers (made from buttons) were displayed from iron bicycles that I discovered at a local craft store. Their guestbook was a large white blank canvas where they wanted guests to write and draw their well wishes so that they could hang the canvas in their living room. At the end of the night, guests were sent home with cookies (from their favorite local bakery) and milk that had a sticker on the milk carrier that said “we hope you had a wheelie good time” love Paul and Tracy!